Attorney hopes to get confessional statements thrown out in Briard case
A contested omnibus hearing in the Robert Briard criminal sexual conduct case Wednesday didn't go quite as the defense would have liked.
In a bid to get confessional statements thrown out, defense attorney Peter W. Cannon spent about 90 minutes grilling Becker County Sheriff's investigator John Sieling, trying to garner ammunition for a motion that the investigator used techniques that "shocked the conscience."
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